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benedict left the vatican today in an emotional ceremony witnessed by tens of thousands in romes and millions an the world. the resignation became effective minutes ago at 11:00 our time. right now, pope benedict xvi is resting in the new home, a live picture where you will see the guard, the swiss guards, are no longer standing guard. their job is to protect the head of the church. a few minutes ago, the guards actually closed the doors dramatically and left their post to head back to the vatican. nick is live in rome with the latest. >> pope benedict xvi has performed the final and most memorable act, historic resignation that could transform the catholic church. he ended it humbly. after eight years, a modest simple wave and it was over. (inaudible). >> from the summer retreat, pope benedict xvi closed the door and said good by to the closist advisors and a happy wave before boarding the helicopter and then a lap in the air around the vatican and a beautiful blue sky in rome. each step recorded live by dozens of cameras, which has never been seen before in the history of the c
now pope benedict xvi will officially become emeritus pope. cbs reporter vinita nair joins us live from the vatican with more on today's historic event. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. it's interesting. in a way today is the first day of the week that we have been here that really feels somber and i think that's what the pope had intended. he said he wanted today to be quiet, of course, after his retirement today he intends to sort of remove himself from the world. he wants to pray, he wants to meditate first. but earlier today, he had the opportunity to meet with his college of cardinals and give them some important messages. >>> reporter: cardinals stood and clapped for pope benedict xvi as met with them at the vatican ahead of his historic resignation. the pontiff blessed them and promised to show unconditional reverence and obedience to the next pope. the 85-year-old called for the church to remain united and said he would continue to support cardinals in prayer. pope benedict gave an emotional farewell to 150,000 people in st. p
you. happening now, the final day on the job for pope benedict and we will go live to rome for a look at the unpress democraticked farewell to the pontiff. >> but, first, the promise that apple c.e.o. is making to investors worried about the huge stock slide. >> here is a look outside at the embarcardero and the bay from our roof top camera. >> the lights are still dancing across the bay bridge. we are going from spring to winter in a matter of about five days. saturday is warm, again, but by wednesday and thursday, it will be back in the 50's for highs, those are the better days for rain. but today we have high clouds and sunshine and mid-to-upper 60's around the bay shore and low 70's inland and upper 50's to 60 along the coast. rough surf tomorrow and low-to-mid 70's for the rest of us and sprinkles are possible in the north bay on saturday and cooler breezes for all of us on sunday. sue? >> thanks, rough drive if you are readed to benicia sub680 we have an accident, multi-cars, flatbed truck, left lane is blocked, center divide, shoulder, also, a lot of activity and very slow traf
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the final brief appearance there. and the final end to the benedict papacy comes four hours from now when the doors of gandolfo close and they leave. let's go down to keir simmons covering it all for us. kear, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning, the saints looking down on the square have not seen a day like this in medieval times. in the papal palace, over my shoulder here, the pope, as you say, has been meeting were his cardinals, tells them, i'll be with you in prayer. dawn across rome. this city has seen more than 260 pontiffs, only two popes passed in the last thousand years have left like this. the cardinals, princes of the church, gathered this morning for a warm farewell to pope benedict. some cardinals wants to speak to him for as long as possible. pope benedict will resign just after sunset. this home, this beautiful summer palace, quiet after a frantzic few weeks. >> at 8:00 exactly, he will stop being pope, the swiss guards who stand guard outside the palace and he'll go. >> reporter: rough seas he admitted yesterday and now the task begins of choosin
's consumer credit card. >>> the final public cheers for the now former pope. as of one hour ago pope benedict xvi officially retired. >> this was a historic moment for the first pope to step down in 600 years. he said good-bye this morning our time. the bells were ringing this evening as the pope left. he was driven to a helicopter that would take him away to a temporary residence. as the pope walked to the helicopter, he waved and then shortly thereafter sent his last message on twitter. it read, thank you for your love and support. may you always experience the joy that comes from putting christ at the center of your lives. >>> the pope will now live at the retreat. before going inside to officially resign he spoke to a crowd that were on hand to see him say good-bye. >> i'm happy and give thanks for your friendship and affection. >> the 85-year-old leader says he's stepping down because he no longer has the stamina or hell toth continue. he says he's pledging unconditional obedience to the new pope whenever he is elected. the vatican seems to be aiming for the conclave of cardinals will el
to try to get kids to get healthier. >> a historic day in rome, pope benedict xvi will literally ride into the sunset this afternoon, the final >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back at 5:13. the clock is counting down in vatican city, the pope benedict is in the final hours of his ruling meeting in a ceremony with the cardinals. for more on the pope's final farewell we go to use news from rome. nick? >> good morning, eric, this afternoon, pope benedict will ride off into the sunset. the resignations has transformed and shocked the catholic church but today he feel as profound serenity if his soul. this morning for the first time since the middle ages a pope is meeting the successor. no one knows which of the cardinals will emerge as the next but pope benedict is promising obedience. >> he sent a clear message to the cardinals who will choose. the college of cardinals should be like an orchestra and act in arm any d harmony and agreement. he appointed half them and he showed gratitude. he chose them because they helped keep the church o
benedict, who was elected in 2005 after the death of pope john paul ii, said he is leaving because he is growing too old and frail. cardinals hope to elect a pope in time for the holy week of easter which is now just a few weeks away. vinita nair, cbs news, the vatican. >> so far there's no clear front-runner as pope benedict's successor. cbs news will have a special report this morning scheduled to begin at 7:55 our time right here on kpix 5. >> reporter: it is 4:32 now. santa cruz police plan to give us some more information this morning about the murder of two of their officers. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is down in santa cruz where they're mourning their two fallen officers this morning. >> reporter: the memorial behind me at the santa cruz police department has been growing and growing since tuesday. really a stunning display of community support for these fallen officers. now, some santa cruz police officers may be going back to work today. the police chief told them to take their time with the grieving process. in the meantime, we're hear
. to offset the cost, they are considering charging a small fee to walk across the bridge. >> pope benedict xvi is marking final hours as the leader of the catholic church. this is live pictures from the vatican where it is thursday morning. crowds are gathering to be part of this historic time. he reassured he is retiring, but not abandoning them. >> in just a few hours, pope benedict xvi will meet with cardinals who will choose his successor. there appears to be no front runner to replace him. >> ooze as painful as anything can possibly be. i could never imagine. >> their lives have never been the same. only on nbc bay area, the families of victims killed in a mass shooting revealed new information they say could have stopped a gunman. >> a unique school and nothing you can do to get suspended or expelled. the different way this school is treating students. >> a firefighter is accused of threatening coworkers and stealing from his department. what he is facing. >>> storming into an employee meeting in october of 2011 and opening fire, killing three coworkers and wounding others. now widow
them as a group for the last time. at 8:00 this morning, pacific time, pope benedict xvi will get on a helicopter. he will fly to a retreat outside of rome. that's where he will officially resign later today. brian flow remembers joining us live at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco where a special mass will be held to thank benedict for his life of service. brian? >> reporter: hi, dave. yeah, a special mass indeed, good morning to you. several bay area catholics will be taking part in the thanksgiving masses this morning starting in about an hour here. we're live at st. mary's where one of the services will be held. it's unknown how many catholics will be attending. but the service is expected to give thanks to pope benedict's eight years as pope and pray for his help. the pope says he will offer unconditional reverence and obedience of his successor. cardinals are planning to meet next week to discuss a conclave to take place. there are many questions remaining on who the candidates are. for many catholics in the bay area, they have ideas who they would like to see as the nex
out how this vote plays out. >> 4:34. pope benedict bid farewell to the cardinal as couple of hours ago as he prepares to leave the vatican. he met with the cardinals for the last time today as head of the catholic church and said he would pray for them in the coming days and weeks. the pope will leave the palace for the last time and fly to the retreat in a little more than three hours. at 8:00 a.m. our time st. mary's cathedral in san francisco will celebrate a mass of thanksgiving in on of the pope. the resignation takes effect at 1:00 this morning our time. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage of the farewell to pope benedict with a special report live from vatican city at 7:45 this morning. >> pg&e is doubling investment in san francisco to address safety concerns and spending $1.2 billion part of the plan to prepare aging infrastructure in the city. this comes after what the head calls "rock bottom" for the utility. the national pipeline explosion that killed eight people and destroyed dozens of home in 2010. livermore police have arrested three teens in cyber bullying
benedict the 16th. the leader of the catholic church will officially retire tomorrow. for the first time since the middle ages a pope choosing to say goodbye. one last speech and ride in the pope mobile, even pausing to kiss a baby. they arrived by the thousands and gave him a longstanding ovation. >> trust in god's will. >> he said the church has quote joy and light but acknowledged there have been difficult times. an apparent rev yens to the scandals that challenged his papacy. >> it seems like he is taking off right in the middle of it. and... it doesn't want to solve the problem if he's here just to leave. all of the faithful, most honored. >> a little b-52 a sad sentiment. >> thursday, he will give up and those red shoes. focus turning to the men still in red listening in the front ro. one cardinal will become the next pope inheriting a church even>9x benedict admits s damaged by division. >> what would you like to see out of the next pope? >> i would like to see them take and make some serious change autos tomorrow, pope benedict will leave on a helicopter for his retreat outside o
went dark. that was after pope benedict made his final public appearance in front of 15,000 people at saint peter's square. benedict is the first pope in 600 years to resign from the papacy. stay with us for continuing cufnlg of the farewell to -- continuing with the farewell to pope benedict. >>> researchers at ucsf say the cost of emergency care varies by tens of thousands of dollars depending on which hospital you are at. out of pocket charges for something like a sprain or muscle strain can cost as little as $4 or 24,000. headache treatments range from $15 to more than 17,000. a urinary tract infection might cost you $50 or $73,000. 2* calls for more transparency in emergency care charges. >>> forget skinny supermodels. bigger models can mean bigger profits. women are less likely to buy products if they are sold by models and celebrities. that's because thin women make them feel bad about themselves. researchers say a better way to increase sales is to use a more subtle image. >>> another warm, winter day, but changes are coming. >> yes, sandhya patel is here with the forecast.
in the pope's suite over looking saint peter's square went dark. that was after pope benedict made his final public appearance in front of 15,000 people at saint peter's square. benedict is the first pope in 600 years to resign from the papacy. stay with us for continuing cufnlg of the farewell to -- continuing with the farewell to pope benedict. >>> researchers at ucsf say the cost of emergency care varies by tens of thousands of dollars depending on which hospital you are at. out of pocket charges for something like a sprain or muscle strain can cost as little as $4 or 24,000. headache treatments range from $15 to more than 17,000. a urinary tract infection might cost you $50 or $73,000. 2* calls for more transparency in emergency care charges. >>> forget skinny supermodels. bigger models can mean bigger profits. women are less likely to buy products if they are sold by models and celebrities. that's because thin women make them feel bad about themselves. researchers say a better way to increase sales is to use a more subtle image. >>> another warm, winter day, but changes are coming. >> y
honoring pope benedict xvi. they plan a thanksgiving mass at 8:00 this morning at st. mary's and there will be a thanksgiving for his services to the church. >>> washington reporter bob woodward said a senior person at the white house threatened him. they said that he would regret what he said but they are accusing president barack obama over the goal post for spending cuts and that generated the e- mail from the white house. >> it makes me very uncomfortable to have the white house telling reporters telling the white house you are going to regret... >> he suggested woodward would -- woodward would regret his statement because it was not accurate. >>> spending cuts are due to kick in tomorrow. they are set to vote on rival and republican bills to try to replace the spending cuts. coming up at 6:15, the likely resolve of the senate vote and how they voted on sequestration back when it was first proposed. >>> police are asking for the public help who tried to hit three people who were hit in west oakland. it happened on brook dale park. the three people who were hit are expec
.ktvu.com and on our facebook page. >>> this is pope benedict xvi's last day as pope. >> he pledged reference and -- rev reference and obedience and he told them they are the princes of the church. and they are honoring special services. san francisco plans a thanksgiving mass and there will be plans for a long retirement and basilica and san jose are planning a special mass tonight. >>> he is a very senior person at the white house who threatened him saying he would regret blaming president barack obama for the quest tracing -- quest tracing. -- sequestering over the spending cuts. that generated an e-mail from the white house. >> it makes me very uncomfortable to have the white house telling reporters you are going to regret doing something you believe in. >> white house issued a statement saying no threat was intended in that e-mail. it was suggested that he would regret his statement about the sequester because it was not accurate. >>> across the board federal spending cuts are due to kick in and the senate is rivalling to replace the cuts. the likely result of the senate vote and what pr
pope benedict is spending his last night as pope. and the mysterious figure looks out on st. peter's square, before, seconds later, those lights go out. now, only hours until the leader of 1 billion catholics steps down and returns to his life outside the spotlight. so, let's begin in st. peter's square with "good morning america" co-anchor george stephanopoulos starting us off. george? >> reporter: diane, history was made here in st. peter's square today. no one has ever seen a pope say good-bye like this.
to pray for me and the new pope. >> pope benedict is the first rope to resign in 600 years, set to meet with cardinals for a final time tomorrow. >>> strong sport for naming the san francisco airport may be looking. >> 61% of city voters say they oppose after naming after the first openly gay politician. he calls the pole out dated saying it was conducted 1 mother ago. >>> tomorrow's mid light is looming. president obamas he remains hopeful something might happen, yet the president and congressional leaders are not scheduled to meet until friday. the white house says those talks are intended to provide a platform to discuss how to limited harmful consequences. senate republican leaders say the talks to a chance to talk about cuts to government spending. >>> do you industrial gain 100 -- dow gained 175 points, endorsing low interest rates on capitol hill. the dow is now 60 points short of the all time high. nasdaq rose 2. >>> according to the national association of realtors, the number of americans signed contracts to buy homes rose 4 and a half% in january from the previous months, the
in washington. >> history is unfolding right now and the vatican city. pope benedict the sixth thing is in his final hours of his tenure. we will have a live report coming up in the next half hour. >> our top story, a city is still in mourning. police officers and santabe back on the job this morning one day after taking time off to mourn the loss of two fellow officers. the officers were shot and killed while investigating a convicted sex offender on tuesday. kron 4 will tran is live at the santa cruz police department. >> i will show you the lobby and a sign was just posted this stated that the public cannot go inside due to the lobby being closed. they are waiting for these officers to come to work. they have never had a police officer killed in a line of duty. as far as the memorial, it continues to grow. people have stopped by eager to read the signs, the messages, or to drop off flowers. both of officers leave behind children. there are a lot of condolences that are going on. there are a lot of words that are being said and it is very emotional. >> we're having a little bit a problem
this november to try to keep their new jobs. >>> pope benedict xvi delivered his farewell address to a crowd of 15,000 people in vatican city today. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the 85-year-old pontiff asked catholics to pray for him and the new pope. he will meet with cardinals one last time tomorrow before he flied off. while the cardinals meet to choose a successor, thousands of people are placing bets on who it will be. it is illegal in the united states to do that. one received $200,000 in books in 48 hour. it includes, name, age and nationality of the new pope, when the conclave will start and finish. >>> the supreme court appeared divided over the voting rights act. based on arguments, they expect the court to over turn part of the law in june. congresswoman nancy pelosi rallied outside the court today with members of the black, hispanic and asian pacific american caucuses. >> for our democracy defend the voting rights act, block efforts to suppress the vote. >> the 1965 law was designed to protect black voters known for discrimination. it requires federal approval before changes.
, and for the new pope. >> pope benedict xvi made what is expected to be his final public appearance today before some 150,000 people in st. petter's square. the 85-year-old pope talked about the choppy waters during his papacy as well as the joys. he thanked people for respecting his decision to retire, which takes effect tomorrow. >>> in new zealand, a tv helicopter caught pictures of what is believed to be the same shark that killed a swimmer. the victim is identified as a 46-year-old man, adam strange. police raced out in boats. they don't know if they killed the shark. surfers say it's likely a great white. >>> and in the tiny african kingdom, britain's harry danced for children. the students also taught him some sign language. it is located within south africa. it has one of the highest rates of hiv/a.i.d.s. in the world. >>> this is a bittersweet night here at ktvu as we say goodbye to reporter rita williams, who is retiring after 35 years here at the station. we're happy for rita, but boy are we going to miss her presence in our newsroom. rita is a top notched journalist, and very accompl
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